Morning Links – Customize Leopard Dock and Mail Stationary

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If you like to customize the look and feel of your Mac, then you’ll dig both of these links.


The first is for those of you that are unhappy with the new Dock. By replacing 4 images you can change the look of your Dock from bright and reflective to smokey looking and reflective. It’s a pretty cool change, but it’s going to come down to which one you like better. I like the Leopard Dock, so I’m happy with the default look. If you want to change it though, you can click here to find out how.

If you’re a big fan of the Stationary in Mail (which I’m not – I don’t see much point it in myself) you can create your own templates by following the instructions on The Apple Blog. Maybe if there were some cool stationary templates out there, I might like it better….so go make some, then email me.


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8 thoughts on “Morning Links – Customize Leopard Dock and Mail Stationary

  1. Hi guys!

    The new dock looks amazing on the tutorial page. Bute when I am trying to change it nothing happens after the “killall dock” command at terminal. The dock reloads and looks like the same before 🙁

    am I doing something wrong?


  2. I’ll post them in Limewire guys, so you can all spread them around. Just type stationery and you should be able to find the files ok…

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